Living Works of Robyn Eggs, Vol.1

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What seeds shall I plant? What dead shall I cast away? And what will remain? That is the truest answer to a reflection…what remains…?

Welcome to Volume 1 of the “Living Works of Robyn Eggs,” an all-original, pocket-sized book of poetry. Order your 6″ by 6″ hand-bound, cardstock cover and paper booklet today! Featuring full-length poetry and prose after the style of tragic romance 30 pages +.

“When I Ask Myself”

[Excerpt]

How do I look back on those cold, short Winter days? I think to myself, they went by quick. But did they? Now they’re over, it’s easy to say. But, I was not alone in my loneliness and strain. It was a difficult time to settle inside myself, to view myself, to be stuck with myself…and all I can think is, it’s over…yay!!

And it becomes a reflection of – of what do I want? What shall I place in the expectation box during this waxing moon? What shall I grow? What seeds shall I plant? What dead shall I cast away? And what will remain? That is the truest answer to a reflection…what remains…?

What am I even looking at?

But moss and stone…

When the world gets eaten away by the ocean…rock and stone will remain.

pocked poetry Knotted in The Pines

“Inside – A Personal Poem”

“Poetry About Grass Seed”

Here comes the rain!

Like little drops of rescue

It comes to signal

The return of the fescue

 

Grass grown in the valley

Will ship out, overseas

Where the rain will feed

The mouths who said please

 

Railway cars

Will ship precious

Commodities

With freshness

And oddities

The rarities

Will be kept separate

From those

Who are desperate

To claim the grass

For themselves

For shells

Shoot o’er the ramparts

To sneak tales

Of the compartments

Into housing precious

For-sale seed allotments…

by Robyn Eggs

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Poetry to Ring in the New Year 2020